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10 Eco-Friendly Products to Help Reduce Waste

10 Eco-Friendly Products to Help Reduce Waste

I’m slowly trying to implement more eco-friendly products into my life.

I still own disposable products like saran wrap and ziploc bags, and I plan on switching over to reusable products once I’ve finished the disposable versions.

While it may seem counterintuitive to purchase products (some plastic) in order to reduce plastic waste, I’ve listed only high-quality and long-lasting products that I’ve tried myself or I’ve researched about and plan on buying myself.

All of these products I’m listing are on Amazon, and my recommendation is to order everything you want in the same order to reduce the amount of packages.

There are a lot of things that are just easier to find or more budget-friendly on Amazon, which is why I continue to keep my Prime membership.

Here are some eco-friendly products to help you reduce plastic waste at home!

Eco-friendly products to help you reduce plastic waste in your life! We should all make an effort to be more environmentally-friendly and sustainable.

Eco-friendly products to help reduce waste


Mesh produce bags
Mesh produce bags are washable and reusable, and if you take good care of them, they’ll probably last you forever!
Reusable plastic tupperware
I like to use plastic tupperware for meal prep because it’s less heavy to carry. Glass containers I usually reserve for chopped vegetables and other food storage!
Reusable microfiber makeup remover pads
Reusable microfiber makeup remover pads. One side is for removing makeup (with just water!) and one side is for applying toner.

Caring about the environment isn’t just a trend – it’s something we all have to do.

And it’s alright if you can’t commit to being sustainable and using eco-friendly products in every single part of your life.

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All that matters is making an effort where you can, and we can all make a difference this way.

I’ve featured products from Amazon in this post, but you can try to find these things in-store at Walmart, Canadian Tire, or your local stores.

You can even try to make some of these eco-friendly products yourself!

What are some eco-friendly products you use to help reduce waste at home? I’d love to know in the comments!

P.S. if you liked this post, you might like this post on simple ways to reduce waste at home, or any of my other posts on sustainable living.

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Jessica Lam | Toronto lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and travel blogger | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog